Advances in technology and the rising cost of petrol means more and more people are working from home. Whether you’re an office worker ‘telecommuting’ three days a week or an enterprising SAHM (stay at home mum) starting her own business, it’s important to spend some time and money on creating a home office to set you up for success.
While a separate room away from other distractions is really important, it isn’t always practical or possible so we’re going to give you some fabulous Feng Shui tips to help you make the most of the space you’ve got. (more…)
A good way to attract Chinese buyers or tenants is to consider designing with Feng Shui (風水) when building or renovating a home. Designing with Feng Shui uses the Chinese system of geomancy believed to use the laws of both heaven and earth to help one improve life by receiving positive qi (energy).
Feng means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health; thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune.
Choose round structures. While a rounded house could add significant cost to any new build consider where else you can include round design features.